Wednesday, March 23, 2011
Horse balances woman
It took a long time to get my balance back after leaving Minnesota and moving to Oregon. Even though the move to the farm was the dream of a child turning into a middle aged woman's reality, it was still an uprooting of many kinds- leaving the single life to marry Martyn and giving up the conveniences of the city.
When I look back at the initial era of paintings created on the farm, the woman is often balancing, or being balanced with the help of the land and creatures she has surrounded herself in. Do not take this as a sad time, it was not. I have rebalanced now, and it is when I'm away from my studio and farm I am out of balance. My women in paintings are upright again, with braids acting as wings.
This piece is available in a digital print. Only one available. Image sits on 8.5 x 11" Epsom paper. $30.75 price includes USA s/h. Note: The copyright symbol is not on actual print, but is signed by artist.